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Old 07-06-2008, 05:11 AM   #1
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[TheInquirer.net] A-Data's got a thick pipe

Nebojsa Novakovic the Inquirer, Friday 6 June 2008. 17:15:00

Computex 2008 Very fat memory watercooling tubes

ENTHUSIAST memory vendors here have been trying to find ways of attracting top dollar in an otherwise overcrowded market. On one side, you got super-duper modules with, as our previous story showed, DDR3-2000 and above becoming commonplace - even in the high-capacity realm. On the other hand, you have to introduce novel cooling parts for those increasingly hot metal bars inserted into your mobo's slots. A-Data, which showcased some interesting memory and USB flash storage stuff here, pushed its own speed envelope by showing Vitesta X series DDR3-2133 CL9 memory on the X48 chipset. The timing is not bad - yeah there are attempts to have stable CL8 memory at this speed - but what's more intriguing is the cooling system....






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